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4.13 out of 5 stars

Solid performer

tommyg22, 01/10/2008
4dr Crew Cab Z71 LS 4WD SB (3.5L 5cyl 4A)
24 of 25 people found this review helpful

Overall I have to say that I really enjoy the look and ride of this truck although I did have to replace the coil pack at about 66,000 (No big deal 250.00) other than that I really don't understand the other reviews about lack of power. The inline 5 plenty of power and if I put my foot down I can roast the rears all day long. Thanks for a good one Chevy!

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5 out of 5 stars

376,000 miles and still running perfect

Curtis, 03/31/2010
4dr Crew Cab Z71 LS Rwd SB (3.5L 5cyl 4A)
49 of 53 people found this review helpful

My '04 Colorado Z71 crew cab has 376,000 as of yesterday and looks like it did when I got it except for the cracks in the windshield. The rear end wore out and had all the stuff inside it replaced at 360,000 for $1800.00. Engine does not use any oil I use Amsoil in the engine transmission and rear end. I am going to replace the tires soon this will be the 3rd set this set of tires has almost 160,000 miles on them. If you want to stop cupping on the inside of your front tires have them align the front tires straight up and down and keep air pressure about 40-42 pounds.

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3.88 out of 5 stars

You get what you pay for.

coloradoguy719, 10/31/2011
4dr Crew Cab Z71 LS 4WD SB (3.5L 5cyl 4A)
40 of 43 people found this review helpful

Besides the archaic styling, I really love the truck (113k miles). For those that complain about the power/interior space; buy a full size. Plenty of pep for a compact truck. I've hauled a lot of weight in this girl and she doesn't mind it much. I bought the CO because the Dakota had a hungry V8, the Ranger is tiny and the Taco and Frontier were about 2k more, plain and simple. It drives like a small SUV; smooth and easy on the blacktop. With a decent pair of shoes it takes the KS mud and CO snow with ease. The mpgs are great for most pre gas hike vehicles, not just trucks, about 18 city at 6500 ft. If you need a layman's truck for the occasional moving day or trash haul, the Colorado is it

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4.88 out of 5 stars

great truck

dogger, 07/22/2004
2dr Regular Cab Z71 4WD SB (2.8L 4cyl 5M)
22 of 23 people found this review helpful

I recomend the 3.5L. The 4 cylinder not enough power.I'm getting 20 miles per gallon local driving.Great handling, tight suspension. In my opinion, after looking at fords and Chevys, this is the best truck in its class for the money.

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4.25 out of 5 stars

Great Truck

caseyredfox, 08/14/2011
2dr Regular Cab Z85 LS Rwd SB (2.8L 4cyl 5M)
21 of 23 people found this review helpful

I bought my Chevy Colorado in 2004 with 3 miles on it and now 7 years later have 116XXX and climbing, I have driven my truck like I stole it since the day I bought it. I have added a few performance things to the engine but have never done any major overhauls yet. Main thing with these trucks is to do the maintenance as scheduled, and they do have problems with the blower motors but that is an easy fix.

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